The Basics: Introduction to MyFinancial.desktop | Check course availability and register for class
This introductory course is designed to educate and orient users on the basic functionality of MyFinancial Desktop. The material in this class will explore many of the available reports and provide an informational overview of reconciliation within MyFD. This class is delivered in a lecture-style format with system demonstrations and group activities.
Budget Summary Report, Transaction Summary Report, Budget List, Encumbrance and Open Balance Report, Reconciliation Report
Topics Not Covered: Queries, Expense Transfers, Reconciliation Status Report and Budget Worksheet (see our eLearnings for more information about these tools) or data analysis.
Experience Level: Beginner
Location: Seattle Campus, Roosevelt Commons West (Room info e-mailed with confirmation)
Dates (all classes close 2 days prior):
MyFinancial.desktop Queries Workshop | Check course availability and register for class
This workshop is designed to help MyFinancial.desktop users conquer the query tool! This workshop is comprised of two distinct pieces: an introduction and an overview of queries followed by an opportunity to try your hand at creating and running queries, using your own budgets, in a computer classroom. This workshop is appropriate for current MyFD users who are very comfortable using the MyFinancial.desktop reporting application.
Course will cover the basics of querying including:
- Creating queries
- Identifying queryable information
- Understanding the reasons for querying
- Additional resources.
Students are encouraged to bring questions and ideas for specific queries they would like to run.
Experience Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Location: Seattle Campus, Roosevelt Commons (Room info e-mailed with confirmation)
Dates (all classes close 3 days prior):
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To cancel your spot in a MyFD class, please email us at email@example.com at least one business day prior to the class.
In the event the MyFD trainers decide that a class must be cancelled (i.e. for low attendance), we will notify class attendees by email at least two business days prior to the class and post a notification on the classroom door. Every effort will be made to communicate the class cancellation to the attendees in a reasonable amount of time to avoid any inconvenience to our students.